Samsung is reportedly set to unveil its upcoming S series flagships on January 14 according to a new report from AndroidAuthority. The information supposedly comes from the company’s largest store in India situated in Bengaluru (Bangalore). The dates corroborate earlier reports about the announcement dates – which also predicted a January 29 launch timeline, which today’s report also confirms.
Additionally, the Opera House store has also said that it has started accepting pre-bookings for the S21 series for ₹2,000 (approximately $27), which allows buyers to lock in a purchase of any of the three models – the Galaxy S21, S21+, or the S21 Ultra. The report further corroborates earlier reporting about the possible color options. The entry-tier Galaxy S21 is expected to be made available in gray, pink, purple, and white. The S21+, on the other hand, will be offering in pink, purple, silver, and black. Lastly, the top-tier S21 Ultra will supposedly be available only in black and silver.
Lastly, the report states that all three models will be powered by the yet unannounced Exynos 2100 SoC, which is not surprising considering that the firm has historically offered the Exynos variants of its flagships in the Indian market.
Other details of the S21 series have leaked heavily in the last few months. Samsung is also expected to lower the price of its upcoming flagship offerings due to the financial effects brought about by the pandemic.